Education in Neuroimaging Award

The Organization for Human Brain Mapping has established an award to be given to an OHBM member who has made significant contribution to education and training in the field of neuroimaging.

Award Criteria
To be eligible for this award, nominees are required to have made significant contributions to education and training in the field of neuroimaging. Please note: Current OHBM elected leadership are ineligible to receive OHBM Awards.

Nomination Process
Nominations may be made by any individual other than the nominee, and should include:

1. A short biographical statement/CV in two pages or less, on the nominee that includes name, current mailing address, current phone and email, information on advanced professional degrees or specialty degrees geared towards education and training.

2. A Letter of Nomination, in one thousand words or less, providing a detailed description of the nominee’s unique contributions to education and training in neuroimaging. Use specific examples and data to support your nomination. Note we are looking for a text-based description demonstrating how contributions support education and training and not simply a resume of lifetime achievements or positions held.

Please submit all required nomination information here by October 31, 2019.

Review Process
Nominations will be evaluated with the final selection made by the OHBM Council. The recipient will be notified in February 2020.   

The recipient will receive a cash award of $5,000 USD along with an engraved plaque. Both are presented to the recipient at the 26th Annual Meeting being held June 25-29, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Awardee will be given the opportunity to give a brief remark during the Annual Meeting.

Questions? Please direct them to the OHBM Executive Office at  

Past Education in Neuroimaging Award sponsored by Elsevier Award recipients include:

2019: Rome, Italy
Jeanette Mumford, PhD., University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States

2018: Singapore
Martin A. Lindquist, PhD., Johns Hopkins University, United States

2017: Vancouver, Canada
Mark S. Cohen, Neuroscience and Human Behavior, United States

2016:  Geneva, Switzerland
Robert W. Cox, PhD, Director, Scientific and Statistical Computing Core, NIMH, NIH

2015:  Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Jean-Baptiste (JB) Poline, Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, University of California at Berkeley



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